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[Pages from the Gutenberg Bible, 1455: the 1st pages of the Gospels and the beginning of the Sermon on the Mount: John 1:1]

[Pages from the Gutenberg Bible, 1455: the 1st pages of the Gospels and the beginning of the Sermon on the Mount: Mark 1:1]

[Pages from the Gutenberg Bible, 1455: the 1st pages of the Gospels and the beginning of the Sermon on the Mount: Luke 1:1]

[Pages from the Gutenberg Bible, 1455: the 1st pages of the Gospels and the beginning of the Sermon on the Mount: Matthew 1:1]

The managers on the part of New-York, beg leave to the Court, that in their claim filed in pages 8, and 9, of the said claim, it is by mistake that they ... do claim as a boundary between the Colony of New-York, and New-Jersey, a straight and di

[2 pages of New England Primer, 1773, with illus. of letters G through S; illus. and text have Biblical theme]

Philadelphia, January 14, 1775. Proposals for printing by subscription, in four pages folio, on a good letter and demy paper, in size and quality, equal to the Pennsylvania Gazette, or Journal. The Pennsylvania Mercury and Universal advertiser .

Philadelphia, January 14, 1775. Proposals for printing by subscription, in four pages folio, on a good letter and demy paper, in size and quality, equal to the Pennsylvania Gazette, or Journal. The Pennsylvania Mercury and Universal advertiser .

Thomas Jefferson to Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de Lafayette, April 11, 1787, (Beginning Pages Missing) Tour of Southern France

Pages 46 & 47

Pages 52 & 53

[Pages 37 - 40 of an album of figure studies]

Lithographic establishment of Edward Weber & Co. Maps, title pages, plans, charts, business & visiting cards..., corner of Market & Light Streets, entrance in Light Street, Baltimore.

Dark pages of the nineteenth century. The convent cell.- Tune - Hazel Dell. The incidents of the song are explained in this narrative. [n. p. c. 1855].

Call at the book store and get a solution of our national difficulties, and the science of Republican government. By a citizen of the United States. A pamphlet of sixty pages. Published by M. Warren [A review of the book by John F. Wright] Octob

[Two pages of text from Jane Andrews' "Seven little sisters"]

[Two pages of text from Jane Andrews' "Seven little sisters"]

[Martha Finley's Elsie Dinsmore, pages 238 and 239]

[Frontis., t.p., and pages 145 to 149 from Riverside Magazine for Young People, vol. 1, no illus.]

[Martha Finley's, Elsie Dinsmore, pages 252 and 253]

[Pages 43 to 45 of "Books for Young People", no illus.]

[Frontis., t.p., and pages 145 to 149 from Riverside Magazine for Young People, vol. 1, no illus.]

[Frontis., t.p., and pages 145 to 149 from Riverside Magazine for Young People, vol. 1, no illus.]

[Martha Finley's Elsie Dinsmore, pages 244 and 245]

[Frontis., t.p., and pages 145 to 149 from Riverside Magazine for Young People, vol. 1, no illus.]

[Martha Finley's, Elsie Dinsmore, pages 250 and 251]

[Martha Finley's Elsie Dinsmore, pages 242 and 243]

[Martha Finley's Elsie Dinsmore, pages 240 and 241]

[Pages 43 to 45 of "Books for Young People", no illus.]

[Frontis., t.p., and pages 145 to 149 from Riverside Magazine for Young People, vol. 1, no illus.]

[Martha Finley's Elsie Dinsmore, pages 248 and 249]

[Pages 43 to 45 of "Books for Young People", no illus.]

[Martha Finley's Elsie Dinsmore, pages 246 and 247]

[Frontis., t.p., and pages 145 to 149 from Riverside Magazine for Young People, vol. 1, no illus.]

Map of survey of Whitney Close, divided into squares 1 to 11 inclusive, in the county of Washington, District of Columbia : recorded in book "County no. 6," pages 62, 63, Surveyor's Office D.C., Dec. 9, 1886 /

The glad Thanksgiving of some personages from Puck's pages / F. Opper.

[Bearded man playing violin and girl turning pages of music]

Painting from Verkes collection, "The Pages"

SENATE, U.S. PAGES

SENATE, U.S. PAGES

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES PAGES

SENATE, U.S. PAGES

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES PAGES

[Teacher and five boys in Senate Pages' School - boy typing]

[Pages 1 and 2 of the Dayton Herald, 13 May 1909]

[Man at desk reading typewritten pages]

DEWEY, GEORGE ADMIRAL, U.S.N. PAGES FROM DIARY

In foreground--14 yrs. old Nathan Weis. He comes all the way from East New York in Brooklyn (435 W. Jersey St.) to sell pages at the 14th St. Subway entra[n]ce. St. 11 P.M. with one exception, I saw no other small newsies on 14th St. between 5th and Third Ave. Location: New York, New York (State)

[Pages from the D.C. marriage license records]

[Pages 1 and 2 of the New York American, 19 September 1911]

Pages: Twenty-Fifth Continental [...]

[Pages 5 and 6 of New York American, 18 September 1911]

[Pages 1 and 2 of New York American, 16 September 1911]

[Pages 1 and 2 of the New York American, 13 September 1911]

[Pages 9 and 10 of the Sun, 18 August 1912]

[Pages 1 and 2 of The Sun, 11 August 1912]

[Pages 1 and 2, New York Herald, 8 September 1912]

[Pages 1 through 4 of The News [?], 1 June 1912]

Vice Pres. Marshall will entertain the pages of the Senate at a Christmas party. Photo shows the Vice Pres. and the pages with whom he is very popular on the steps of the Capitol

[Vice President Thomas R. Marshall receiving a hearty cheer from Senate pages after he invited them to a Christmas dinner, standing on U.S. Capitol steps]

DAUGHTERS OF AMERICAN REVOLUTION PAGES

DAUGHTERS OF AMERICAN REVOLUTION. NEW JERSEY PAGES

SENATE PAGES: VICE PRESIDENT MARSHALL AND PAGES. O'TOOLE, IN CHARGE OF PAGES, LEFT OF MARSHALL

SENATE PAGES: VICE PRESIDENT MARSHALL AND PAGES. O'TOOLE, IN CHARGE OF PAGES, LEFT OF MARSHALL

SENATE PAGES: MARSHALL, CENTER, GIVING DINNER TO PAGES

Marshall & Senate pages

SENATE PAGES: MARSHALL, CENTER, GIVING DINNER TO PAGES

Marshall & Senate pages

V.P. Marshall and pages

V.P. Marshall and pages

Marshall & Senate pages

V.P. Marshall & pages, 1919

D.A.R. pages, 1920

D.A.R. pages, 1920

D.A.R. pages, 1920

Folger Library copy work. Two pages from play Julius Caesar II

Senate pages & Marshall, 1920

Folger Library copy work. Two pages from play Julius Caesar I

Photography. Two pages from photography book on depth of focus

Photography. Two pages from photography book showing tables for Graflex exposures

D.A.R. pages, [4/21/21]

Continuing a custom of former Vice Pres. Marshall, Mr. Coolidge today entertained the Senate Pages at lunch in the Capitol - The Vice Pres. receiving three hearty cheers from the boys who have voted him a "Regular fellow"

[Group of pages]

Hughes & pages, [1/31/22]

Senate pages, Christmas party

Senate pages, Christmas party

Sen. Pepper of Pa. got into baseball practive with the Senate Pages March 26 on the Capitol grounds. Sen. Pepper at bat

[Pages, Continental Congress, N.S.D.A.R.]

Baseball season opens at Capitol. Sen. Pat Harrison of Miss. and Sen. Geo. W. Pepper of Pa. officially open baseball season for the Senate Pages by 'choosing sides.' Sen. Samuel M. Ralson of Ind. and Sen. Royal S. Copeland of N.Y. are interested on-lookers. L to r, center of photo: Senators Pepper, Copeland, Ralston, and Harrison

A marble championship between Senator and Pages - Senator Ralston leading off - Senators Magnus Johnson, Overman and Fess waiting their turn

Senator J.B. Kendrick of Wyoming with Senate Pages

Senator J.B. Kendrick of Wyoming with Senate Pages

Senator Stanfield with Senator Pages

[President General of N.S.D.A.R. and Pages, Continental Congress, N.S.D.A.R.]

[Senate pages in snow ball battle at Capitol, Washington, D.C.]

Dawes giving Xmas dinner to Senate pages, [12/23/25]

Dawes & Senate pages, [12/9/25]

Senate pages in snow ball battle at Capitol, [Washington, D.C., 1/2/25]

Senate pages coasting on Capitol steps, [Washington, D.C., 1/2/25]

Senate pages must attend school - according to a recent law boys under 14 years of age must attend ... Mrs. D. Jones is shown instructing

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